Greg Mosse, Jim Kelly & Gytha Lodge | Arresting thrillers | Online

Sat 14 Jan - Mon 30 Jan 2023

crime past present future
Arresting Thrillers
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Join our trio of thriller writers who will share their new novels which cover the past, present and future. J.G.Kelly presents The Silent Child  which takes the reader from the Fenlands of Cambridgeshire to the ghost-filled forests of wartime Poland and finally into Cold War-era Berlin; Gytha Lodge discusses, Little Sister, her chilling and thrilling tale of two sisters who go missing and only one returns; Greg Mosse unveils his debut, The Coming Darkness, a dystopian, climate change thriller. Prepare to be rivetted.

In conversation with festival trustee Anna Lawlor.

Venue: Online

Duration: 1hr

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Author Biography

Greg Mosse is currently the founder and leader of the Criterion New Writing script development programme at the Criterion Theatre, London, giving free opportunities in script development to a diverse community of writers, actors and directors.

Since 2015, he has written and produced 25 plays and musicals, often in collaboration. Over the same period, with Lou Doye, Doye Mosse Productions has created and financed an incredible range of traditional, VR and augmented reality story-telling experiences.

During the coronavirus lockdowns, he wrote two-and-a-half novels, of which The Coming Darkness will be the first to be published.

Chair Biography

Anna Lawlor is a journalist, broadcaster and media professional. She is writer and presenter of Typical! – a new BBC Radio 4 documentary, airing in June 2022. A school-leaver at 16, Anna has written for the majority of UK national newspapers and continues to contribute to The Economist and others.Anna cut her teeth on The Sunday Times’ internship scheme, joining the foreign desk during the Iraq war. She later specialised in financial journalism, working as an investment editor at The Financial Times during the ‘credit crunch’ crisis. In 2012, she co-founded Luminescence Communications, an award-winning agency in Cambridge.Throughout her career, Anna has interviewed eminent business leaders, politicians, and notable public figures, including an exclusive with His Highness the Aga Khan. An avid reader, Anna has also been a patron of the Women’s Prize for Fiction.Twitter: @AnnaL_Media